PSVG Reviews

Mr. Shifty Review – Switch

Mr. Shifty is a game with a lot of potential that, at launch at least, is rendered nearly unplayable by performance issues on the Nintendo Switch. In a game that is fully reliant on having quick reflexes, and where one errant move can erase minutes of progress, these...

Review: Sublevel Zero Redux

Greetings Koopalings! Donnie here from Play Some Video Games to review a new addition to consoles - Sublevel Zero Redux. I used this review opportunity to dust off the Xbox One in the office, but you can play Sublevel Zero Redux on your PlayStation 4 or a PC using the...

Pixel Heroes: Byte and Magic

I like to start my reviews with an intro that ties into the game and the feelings it gives me. Normally this is done with an analogy or merging the game with feelings/memories I have had. So when you read this next sentence, please understand that this took me hours...

Divide (PS4) Review

I need more hashes to unlock this computer as I am so close to unlocking my next security level, but goodness are they hard to come by. I am using my scanner ability as I meticulously work my way through the sprawling, underground labyrinth wondering where to go next....

Horizon Zero Dawn (PS4) Reviewcast

Kyle and special guest Hayley sit down to review the PS4 exclusive Horizon Zero Dawn. The game has gotten a lot of hype, but does it live up to the praise being heaped upon it? Listen in as Kyle and Hayley discuss Guerrilla's attempt at a new IP, the animation...

HOMEBOUND Review (PC VR)

It seems to me that nothing good ever comes from being in outer space. Whether you’re on a ship or a space station, some bad stuff is going to go down at some point. It could be aliens blasting first and asking questions later, it could be asteroids just shredding...

Old Time Hockey Review (PC)

A hockey game on the PC has been unheard of since the dark ages of 2009, when EA released their last NHL game for Windows computers. Since then, you either had to pony up for a console or cross your fingers and wait. Fast forward to 2017, where the puck shaped voids...

Subsiege – Initial Impressions

In 2063, the world we know has ended. The climatic disaster, overpopulation and extensive consumption have resulted in the depletion of all natural resources on the continents. Now, the last resources on earth lie 30.000ft below the oceans’ surface. An underwater...

Review – Orwell (PC)

Orwell takes place in a country called the Nation, led by a modern-day authoritarian government known as The Party in the capital of Bonton. In 2012, the Party passed the Safety Bill, a law expanding the government's ability to spy on its citizens in the name of...

Flywrench Review – PS4

Flywrench is a somewhat-abstract game that has players controlling a short, white dash through varied environments toward ever-more-difficult goals. Storywise, the game says you are a spaceship navigating through space and unlocking different gates as you journey from...

Review: Double Dragon IV

Double Dragon, this series was a favorite of mine growing up, so when the opportunity to review this one came up I jumped at the chance. (aka I didn’t even tell anyone we had the code until I redeemed it) But before I get ahead of myself let’s go into the plot and a...

Riptide GP: Renegade – Xbox One

Wave Race, Wipeout and Hydro Thunder walk into a bar. That Bar is this game. If you are like me, the first thing you thought of when you heard the title of this game was the mobile game. You will be happy to hear that this is the developers first in the series of...

Review: Splasher

Horrifying experimentation. Death-defying leaps of faith. Buzzsaws of DEATH. These are the challenges that await you in “Splasher”, a new platformer available now on Steam from SplashTeam. The best way that I can describe this game is if Splatoon, Portal, and Super...